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.4%. the energy and work force committee had a hearing on it today. i am hopeful they will come forward with legislation that will allow it to return to controlled by its critics and their parents. -- by studtents and their parents. i yield back. >> thank you. i appreciate some of the earlier comments. as we go through this debate, i want to make one thing clear -- the number one threat to young america is this president's terrible economy. as we go court, we need to remember there is one fact we cannot escape -- as we go forward, we need to remember there is one fact the cannot escape -- over half of recent college graduates are unemployed or underemployed as a result of those policies. another great threat to the young people in this country is the national debt we are piling on them every year. does pass the bill out of this chamber, most voted for it -- we just passed a bill out of this chamber, most voted for it. as others have said, we need to get politicians out of the business of setting interest rates. some laughed when it was said earlier but history shows that when the market
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thing with a small manufacturing company. they have manufacturing and it provides energy supplies to companies all of the world. one big request is some kind of stability in our tax code. we have the highest tax rate for businesses in the world. it makes it difficult for businesses to complete globally. we live in a global economy but we ignore global realities of where we are in our tax code. it is important we fix that. it is important we fix our code not just to grab more revenue from the american people, but to increase american economic activity. we lose track of the fact that this year is now forecast to be the highest amount of revenue coming into the federal treasury in history. no other year receiving more money into the treasury than this year. this is a moment for us to look seriously at our spending. let's look at families and family owned businesses. >> next, i would like to yield to wisconsin to talk about how the budget is designed to provide upward mobility and give the states the tools they need to craft these programs to help those closest to them in need. >> tha
agree with you, stuart. fantastic ideas, he's got energy and brings his neuro surgical background to the political table so people say what's that got to do with it, i don't know, the committee organizing has to do with politician, there's no political background, but the guy is refreshing, he's smart, he sees it and he speaks what most conservatives want to hear, that it's about smaller government not bigger government. it's about taxes not having to go up to do the same thing. think about this, this whole sequester joke, you know, the pr messaging thing that they put out here that was going to be so bad is failing on them. and the white house is trying to backtrack on all the pr they put out how bad sequestration was going to be. the reality sequestration only brings us back to where we were in 2012 and 2011 and even when you account for increase in medicare and medicaid spending. it really wasn't what they told us. stuart: you know, dr. carson is using pretty tough language and saying that the president is ruining the country. he uses that word, ruining. now he delivers it in a
'm a shareholder in the company. so i want you to know that. but clean energy fuels and they have done a tremendous job. ey will have i conjunction with pilot flying j, who are the biggt truck stop operators in the united states, they will have 150 stations on the interstate by the end of this year. so, it's happening and the chinese are seeing opportunity so they're going to try to move in on it. melissa: it is definitely happening. i look at like nearly half of all the garbage troubles operate here in the u.s. run on natural gas. we areeeing a lot of fleets transferred over because of carbon emissions. especially because of the fracking boom, we are seeing so much natural gas out there. let me ask you, are you making money on this so far? i mean has it reached critical mass to the point where it is returning profits to you? >> you aren't at the level where you're making a lot of money, but for instance, clean energy fuels, they have plowed everything back into the infrastructure. so, yes, if they stopped building, they would immediately start making money but, otherwise they are putting it back i
of energy conclude we can safely export natural gas, this is not even about a trade off between the economy and the environment. we can do these projects, prevents these projects will stop a lot of jobs from being created, it is not going to make a development in global emissions. it making no sense to me and the economy. neil: malia. >> i just quickly top say, i understand how we like to take things and combine themm but, i do not think that the only reason why keystone project is not happening is because, barack obama asked his agency this question, to get back to original topic, what i think is really important for us to look forward and you know neil, i don't think that anyone would disagree with you that jobs are important, the problem with laser beam focus you have a society and a lot of things that need to be focused on, laser beaming becomes narrowing, i don't think that is how we' our president or anyone in congress to just have like this one bullet silver bullet solution on what will save the u.s., that is not only thing that u.s. nee right now, we not only have a jobs problem. ne
. in addition, energy continues to look attractive. so, again, a very pro-cyclical stance, but one we think is very appealing from a value situation standpoint. >> okay. and in terms of sectors leading growth, same question to you both. what do you think? >> we're going to add on to that list. things like the regional financials the that have exposure to the reshoring of manufacturing and the energy sector. i think energy drives a lot of interesting peripheral activity. strengthen the rails and other transports, we think will also be beneficiaries here, as well as infrastructure play as well as mlps. >> do you agree with that? >> i like health care, but i also like consumer, and even though the consumer doesn't have as much confidence as they had before, i think in terms of upside versus downside, that's a place that i'm looking. and when you have a company like footlocker that's trading at 5.5 times ebitda, how much lower can it really go? big lots, same thing. there are a lot of these names that have been beaten up that don't have a lot of downside risk, that have a lot of upside potentia
on immigration and energy, deals with gun control however it gets dealt with and thin waits to do a grand bargain deal after the mid terms on the hope that his party has success in the mid terms and he can strike a deal on better economy and more favorable terms in congress. >>ose: i thought that's exactly wh i sa. will not make a decision now and will have a hard bargain. the only thing we seem to differ is whether the republicans will be blamed. >> i didn't mean to say i disagree with you except to say it's not giving up on the next year and-a-half because you do, immigration and energy. the president's got his eye on his big promises and immigration and energy are two of the big promises. if he can move along on fiscal stuff, get a sense of where the bargain lies on tax reform, corporate and iividual, gets a sensof h omacare is working and what an overhaul of obamacare would mean. he can move those things along. get immigration and energy out of the way. there's only so much bandwidth at any given time. get those out of the way so they are not dealt with and get the fiscal stuff after. >> ros
've got one we really need. >> absolutely. >> does the american action forum say anything on energy policy? we've had somebody on our program yesterday use today run shell oil. he says, look, if we get out there and get the energy that is ours, underneath our territory, you could set off a boom. he mentioned 7% growth. >> yes. >> to the american action forum say anything about that? >> we certainly look at the huge amount of regulations that have piled up on top of the energy industry the past couple of years and i think if you can alleviate a lot of that regulatory burden and let the private sector in energy grow and thrive, let us become more energy independent you're certainly going to see growth. >> the big problem is, i agree with your entire philosophy, but it lost the last election, or did it? i mean, what lost the last election? that's a good question. i hope you can come back and see us, appreciate you being here. >> thank you very much. stuart: let's see it's now 9:47, almost 48. the gold report we're above $1,600 per ounce, down just a fraction today. how about this? minimum wag
the importance of growth. i just came from a hearing in the energy subcommittee of energy and commerce. we were fortunate enough to hear from the -- one of the members of the railroad commission in texas. the railroad commission doesn't have anything to do with trains any more, it has to do with energy. the commissioner from texas was at the committee hearing and i asked him a question, i said in the ryan budget that we will hear about tomorrow, there is an estimate of $11 billion over the next 10 years that will be paid to the federal government because of development of oil and natural gas on federal land. i said i'm from texas. that number seems a little bit light to me. i would expect the amount of revenue produced on federal lands from oil and gas production, assuming we don't legislate it out of existence through the environmental protection agency, he said in texas the two-year budget figure for oil and goes coverage taxes is $7 billion. well, that would be a significantly greater amount than the $11 billion estimated in the ryan budget. i asked mr. ryan about this last night at the rule
and telecom were the top performing sectors while energy and consumer discretionary leg. gold settled higher for the fourth day in a row closing of the highest level so far this month rising .4% to end a. housing starts climbed last month as they are beating rising demand. new construction rose .8% from a month ago to an annualized rate of 917,000. lauren: we have larry in the pits of the cme and our market panel with managing partner there, and the founder and president, let's start with larry at the cme, this is a headline driven market, some people are saying cyprus with a teacup. and the meeting tomorrow, how do you put this all together? the market was obviously confused. larry: this is the bottom line, a ton of chatter, very little real news right now. the market had been in a stalemate for quite a while. some macro headlines coming through europe the last couple of weeks. we had italy and the unknowns there. i think the issue is much bigger than that. david: we have adobe earnings after hours, what are the numbers? >> it is a beat. $0.35 on revenue of $1.01 billion, expecting 986.04 m
and the june contract is the front month. that takes a little bit of focus, energy away. we also have options expiration, and the battle at the nasdaq around the 28 even level. but also multiple intraday divergence. perfect example, yesterday as the s&ps trading down lower. breath was unwilling to get into new low levels. that difference between advancers and decliners of the new york stock exchange. again, divergent type activity, low energy, very low volatility, but we're seeing a lot of conviction to the upside. >> yep, we certainly are, we see how it all unfolds today. we'll talk to you again soon. >>> still to come on "squawk" this morning, smartphone wars. samsung, apple, blackberry, who will be the ultimate winner? there. i said it. they don't have pictures of my kids. they don't have my yoga mat. and still, i feel at home. could it be the flat screen tv? the not so mini fridge? ♪ the different free dinner almost every weeknight? or maybe, it's all of the above. and all the rest. am i home? nope. but it almost feels that way. homewood suites by hilton. be at home. i work for 47 diffe
be the thing that really pulls us out, a new job creation, a new economic stimulus coming from energy. are you in that camp? >> actually i was among those who started that camp. i got on to that bandwagon pretty early. we think gdp could be by 2020 three full percentage points higher than it would be without the oil, the jobs created will be somewhere between 3 million and 4 million new ones that otherwise wouldn't be that. that current account dif set is going to impact positively for the country and positively for the dollar, but the really good news is on the nice gas side. we have a market that stalled out and demand takes a lot of capital expenditures. we're seeing it with a record number of new plans, chemicals, fertilizers, it's going to be a remarkable rebound forestry in the u.s. >> what happened to natural gas prices when all of that demand is built out? do you get back to a level of $5, $6, $7 for natural gas? >> we used to think that. well, we see it actually with producer hedging. 425, lock in the price and it goes up again. the production base is like an accordi accordion. the sh
. financials led the decline all day long, but in the afternoon selling picked up in energy stocks, materials, consumer discretionaries. if you're watching oil prices this morning, you'll see at least at this point they are down by 16 cents, 93.58. the ten-year notoriety now is yielding 1.942%. let's take a look at the dollar this morning. you'll see it stronger against through at 1 is.2933. the dollar/yen is 95.35. the dollar up across theed board, except weaker against the pound right now. gold price ves barely budged a little weaker, down 2.60. $1,602 an ounce. >> it's now time for the global markets report. we're going to go across the pond to see kelly evans too give us an update on what the heck is going on over there. wa is going on over there? >> i can tell you, it's called plan b. if markets didn't like plan a, there might not be much to like the plan a. it's the cypriots that won't like this. it appears from reuters reviewing copy of a parliamentary draft, what the company is now going to do is try to exempt depositors with less than 20,000 in the bank entirely to those under 100,00
traveling today in the chicago area going to announce a $2 billion green energy fund. speaker boehner's staff immediately saying look for this to have any credibility the president has to increase oil and gas production in the u.s. and they are specifically citing the keystone pipeline. they are waiting to see whether or not the president is going to approve that, jenna. jenna: we'll be talking to two lawmakers working on the keystone pipeline and some legislation through congress to speed that up. in the meantime, just as far as the republicans, their reaction to these series of meetings, what are they telling you. >> reporter: to summit us they are saying the old ronald reagan line, trust but verify. they see the president having dinner with republican senators a week or so ago. like republicans john boehner says unless he gets serious about cutting spending they will not have a deal. >> president obama reached out yesterday and visited with the house republican conference and i think we had an honest discussion. but this is going to take more than dinner dates and phone calls. it's
%, why not pay for solar energy and alternative energy development? why not pay -- if obama gets started on this -- >> joe and i have agreed that we're going to compensate -- what do you want to see, 20%? >> we'll start at 20. we'll start at 20. >> as we spend it all, we're going to need more. we're going to need the preschool, we're going to need solar energy. >> i thought i was completely wrong this what it was. >> it's an island, isn't it? >> it's an island. >> but it shows you how interconnected it is. >> i know. and fait accompli, he said i got there and is they were doing it. >> what if you found out that your bank got taken over by the fdic and the insurance that you thought protected your money was not there, that it was wrong? that's the problem. >> and by the way, 10% of your money is gone, too. >> explain to the eurozone just waking up exactly what -- >> carolin is going to do that supposedly when we throw to her. >> they have to do something. >> they follow twitter. >> did you wear your jacket last week? >> no. >> will you write down all of the key deferences for obama care f
of everything in europe. what do you think the impact will be on the u.s. today? >> i think we'll see add energy associated with the trade. they will probably be added participation and heightened volatility. i think that goes without saying. anyone who is going to tell you whether this is a buying opportunity or whether this will be a v-top opportunity is basically lying to you. i can't tell you that, either. i wish i could because i wouldn't be sitting in this chair if i could. but for the most part, again, i think you have to be aware of the fact that this has completely changed the game. and i think this goes without saying. the markets are reflecting that. one thing i'm shocked about is that we haven't seen an all-out sellout in terms of equity markets here. we have come off a bit, but holding key levels of support around that 1525 is a major level of support and we have yet to breach that yet. seeing some strength in the dollar coming off of that 83 level as of recent, but the euro currency is hurting below that 1.30 handle again. >> and yet we're showing you it's up 0.2%. this is hardly t
to show where cyprus is. russian energy companies the biggest of them all is offering to bail out cyprus in exchange for gas exploration rights, according to the media there. they put out a statement saying they are happy to do the bail-out. a very rich company. of course, it's in russia's interest to make the pitch. the gas discovers, natural gas and the fields underneath the eastern mediterranean sea are said to be huge. 120 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas. 20 billion-barrels of oil. equal to that, or 20 times the inventory of our petroleum reserve. >> which makes this confiscation all the more ridiculous. number one, if you are aiming for the russian aladarks you don't tax deposits under i think it's $13,000, that is not going to hit them. it will hit tradesman in cyprus, number one. second, if you think you can cleverly take the money away from people who are semily russian gangsters, without some kind of let's say retaliation of some sort, russia is now essentially saying to cyprus instead of tale stealing our money, can you give us your gas about you have k have it.
is the best way to make money off of it so you can hedge a higher energy bill for yourself, what stocks do you like? >> there are several ways to play it. companies that have not been able to break out, transcanada comes to mind. a division where lng is a big part of this equation. this could be huge exports for the u.s. if they could find a way to make it affordable and build more ships and terminals. of course there is the etf, people can look at that and primarily what we do is we trade options on futures and futures on the natural gas as well. for those who can handle a little bit more speculation. melissa: thank you for coming on. a lot of people talking about it and really agreeing with you, thank you for coming on to explain your theory and how to make money off of it. >> thank you, melissa. melissa: the cyprus helped to surge a selloff in the oil futures but eventually muscled its way back up $0.29. oil has climbed for seven of the past eight sessions. venezuelan opposition presidential candidate says he will and oil to cuba if elected. venezuela had given about 100,000 girls of crude
criticized for being general, not specific. we're pressing him. he has three golden rules for energy. specific ideas. we're going to press him. what's the name of the show? 2:00 eastern. >> closing bell. >> the h lead variety hour. >> fast money is at 5:00 p.m. eastern time. it goes fast because it's so enjoyable. >> we'll see you on street signs. >> thank you. >>> if you're just joining us, good morning. this is cnbc. here's what you may have missed if you're just tuning in. >>> welcome to hour three of "squawk on the street." here's what's happening so far. >> the biggest threat that we're facing in the future is we still have 25 million people underemployed or unemployed. >> february starts the seasonalized, annualized adjusted rate. >> 7500 aircraft ordered this morning. all boeing 757. i think it's a good news day for boeing. >> i don't want to lose sight of the fact that people make money in the market. i don't want to get caught in an obsession with cypress while people make money in the market because then i'm not doing my job. there is a job to be done. would you rather see
about cyprus. when you look for a safe haven commodity on the energy complex, worried about a slowing economy in europe, oil will crash. usually natural gas gets the benefit because it's like a safe haven. on top of that, when you look at the natural gas market, power generators have gone to gas. they're not going back to coal, at least not for this year. why should they? they're going to get a lot of trouble from the e.p.a. so they're going to stick with gas towards the end of the year. other thing when we talk about natural gas, everybody is going to natural gas. this could be the beginning of a major long term move and that is why the hedge funds are jumping in, in a big way. this could be a long-term position and gas, one that we really like and one that they're adding on to today. 17 month high. back to you. cheryl: and one that big energy companies throughout this country like a lot as well. thank you very much. time to make man. looking at stocks. i follow this company. >> you love this company. cheryl: i do. it's a great company. >> they're hiring people. >> they're hiring peo
in the green, best buy as well as consol energy. laggards, helmeritch & paine. and finally. in the nasdaq. intuitive surgical. analysts saying upside potential outweighs downside risk over the next month months. back to you. >> thanks, josh. >>> we're heading toward the close. about 50 minutes left here. let's see if the markets will turn positive and finish that way for the day. right now the dow is down 23 points zblrjts coming up, we talk with former treasury secretary larry summers. he'll tell us what's worrying him about the bailout in cyprus. >>> the dogs of the dow strategy worked again, so far. last year's worst performer is its best now. hewlett-packard helping the dow weather the storm from europe. get this. the once beleaguered stock is this year's best performer. up 60% just this year. we'll talk about whether hp can stay red hot coming up. >>> noted banking analyst meredith whitney sees a tremendous buying opportunity in one big bank. we'll want to talk about bank of america, jpmorgan. which one does she like? stick around to find out when we speak to her exclusively at 4:10
like education, the ability to attend college, research and development and clean energy, these are the keys to economic growth and opportunity. do not hand the keys to the republicans in congress because they will throw them out. experts predict this budget will result in 2 million fewer american jobs next year alone. that is on top of the 750,000 jobs lost due american families and businesses are feeling the headwinds in this economic recovery. unemployment remains acceptable he high. -- unacceptably high. here are a few examples. this republican budget slashes ability of students to attend college. it eliminates pell grants for students and provides a harsh squeeze for millions more. the key to a good job and opportunity is that college degree. but republicans turned a blind eye to the fact that college costs continues to escalate. they will say hell grants -- pe ll much harder to come by in america. research strings under the ru republican project. this includes alzheimer's, cancer, and aides. we rely on those dollars for jobs at the ke diversity and research and busi
's february ppi. stripping out food and energy. towards 8:30, the fourth quarter current account as for earnings, look for numbers today from clothing retailer aeropostale and krispy kreme doughnuts. we'll seet that can tell us about the state of the u.s. consumer. i expect they're still sucking them down. >>> jack lew make his first appearance as treasury secretary today. he'll highlight the importance of investing in infrastructure, manufacturing and job creation. steve liesman will be travel, jack lew and we'll have a one-on-one interview with the new treasury secretary today at 4:00 p.m. on closing bell. >>> samsung will launch the latest model of its galaxy smartphone tonight in new york at 7:30 p.m. eastern. the hype is growing for the galaxy 4 with reports suggesting an eye-controlled screen. apple isn't taking the samsung launch lying down. it's believed rival devices are inferior to the iphone. joining us now, david garrity from new york. david, we're just, wa, a little more than 12 hours away from samsung's launch tonight. do they have to come out with this i controlled
of italian energy giant pala scleroni told us he's not concerned about weakness in europe because he's turning his attention to china. this after the company announced a deal to sell 20% of its stake in the mozambique gas field with cnpc. i asked him why now. >> we want to give value to this huge discovery in mozambique. the best way to give value is to involved in the project in natural biogas and cnpc is the most natural biogas in that part of world. >> that makes a certain amount of sense. a lot of people have looked at your global strategy and said you're early and aggressive when it comes to, for example, africa. so what about at home in italy, how weak is the market there and how much of a problem is that for your business? >> it is not a big problem because 90% of our -- are outside of europe, not only are we certainly our italian and european businesses have been suffering through 2012. but i'm expecting some near 2013 to see a new recovery of the euro. >> a new recovery. it's a tough road ahead for italy, but we'll look at that later. plus, is boeing close to waking up from
at the vatican ahead of the inauguration of pope francis. the energy was palpable as the newly elected pontiff delivers his first blessing from above st. peters square and steps outside of vatican gates and breaching his own security to greet a sea of well wishers. >> you don't know whether this is the honeymoon period or whether there's something special about the new pope that's gotten under everybody's skin. after celebrating mass today pope francis warmly greeted vatican employees and their family and kissing children and asking them to pray for him. and he went to the side for the hordes pressed up against the gate. let's get to work and your simplicity has captivated all of us. pope francis delivering his first angelus prayer from the window. >> don't forget that god never gets tired of for giving us. have a good sunday, and a nice lunch. >> reporter: we've learned from the patriarchy, that will be attending the installation ceremony on tuesday the first time an orthodox patriarch has attended the ceremony since 1054. >> harris: some people know him as the hhoff in germany what is he do
think regional banks are still very good investment at this point in time. and i love domestic energy. natural gas, marcellus shale, anything coming out of the ground in the u.s. is going to have a dominant position in the next economic move. so i think it's a great place to begin to invest. >> and i just wonder as people get into these levels, and is i know there is a debate that's been playing out in markets. but we've had such a run up. even aus mentioned from the regional banks, banks have completely rerated even to where we were a year ago. do you just continue to stick with the winners, though, or is there a sense for looking for better value? >> i definitely think you look for value but you pick your spots carefully. there are some stocks that haven't participated in the regional banking area, particularly on the lower end of the cap ranges. those can be bought selectively. some of the marcellus shares are doing extremely well, but can be bought at a reasonable price. some of those plays are undervalued in my opinion. there's lots of opportunity. you have to pick your sots, tho
well off of our lows and now we're only down 72 and the financials are weak and energy stocks and some of the materials are down 1%. all of the gold stocks are to the upside. you know, i asked around saturday and said why did they go after the deposits so much and apparently the answer i got from people who watch this stuff was that was all there was to go after and there was not a lot else they could seize in any way easily and with all of this said, can i just take the other side of this about not protesting too much? there were plenty of one-off taxes in europe. the italians have been screaming for months about this. they had a whole new bunch of taxes on their financial assets and some of capital gains and not all on deposits and there were a lot of one-off taxes in europe reese leent and will we have some kind of bank run? there have been safety programs in the last two years put into effect and they have the bond-buying program and the ecb, able to buy cheap loans and the ltro program and we have emergency assistance. this greatly reduces the chance that there will be a big bank
energy stores that we have here so we can be energy independent. we have vast amounts of energy reserves we need to tap so we can put people to work, bring down gas prices, stretch paychecks further. we've got to control our spending appetite. we've got to reform programs like medicare so they're solvent. we've got to reform our safety net so it works to get people on their feet. that's what this budget does. in a nutshell, instead of spending $46 trillion over the next 10 years, as we're currently poised to spend, we spend $41 trillion. instead of growing spending 5% a year we grow at 3.4% a year. with all the predictions of doom and gloom and how evil and terrible and horrible or budget is, it increases spending every year by 3.4% a year instead of 5% a year. the difference is we balance the budget. the difference is we let families keep more of their own take-home pay. the difference is we make sure our kids inherit a debt-free future. the difference is we do what's necessary to create a healthy economy, more take-home pay, faster economic growth and better jobs. that's why we're here
, to harness their brilliance and their energies and get everyone moving in the same direction selflessly for this noble cause we call the united states of america. >>alisyn: now that you see the two parties that have developed fighting so vociferously, you must be disappointed? >> it is great -- greatly saddening. greatly saddening. again, i would urge all americans, regardless of party, to remember the spirit of selflessness that energized us at that time. >>brian: general, we talk about philosophy and foundation, that is your game. we're going to bring up something you're not familiar with and that's credit cards. spy agencies, we're considering giving them the ability to review our finances to look for a terrorist among us. how do you feel about that? >> sir, i would be very concerned about any government infringement into the private life of a citizen unless there was definitely just cause for looking into that person's life. >>steve: general, also take a look back in the day when you were president -- well, the other guy was president -- there wasn't this kind of debt. now the natio
and research, clean energy and housing. budgets should be designed to grow our economy and get people back to work. this republican budget does not reflect the values of our great nation. it will hurt our economy and it will hurt the american people. it says as yogi beara said, deja vu all over again. more tax breaks for the richest americans, big subsidies for big oil, tax subsidies to companies that ship jobs overseas at the expense of the middle class and working poor. our federal budget should honor the commitments we have made to our seniors, but this republican proposal would end the medicare guarantee as we know it, shifting rising health care costs to seniors. we should be educating our next leaders to enter the workplace successfully and making meaningful investments in rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure, bridges, rods and schools and put people back to work in jobs that help support families. but this budget makes deep cuts in rebuilding america and in education. according to the center for american progress, the republican budget proposal on the floor today would cut $1.2 t
energy for the conservative movement, you see it it there. at cpac, it's one of the biggest convocations of young people you'll see all year long. >> sean: you took a different tact than some of the other speakers and i found myself in agreement with you, and that is the republican party needs to get tougher. ill h'll be honest, i was surprised when john boehner said he trusted obama. he has been duplicitous and trying to get boehner fired. why would he say he trusts him? >> there are a lot of things we believe in and shouldn't give up on and some of the things i was talking about, i think, attracts people from both the left and right and that's supporting your right to trial by jury, your right to be innocent until proven guilty, these are such time-honored concepts that i think it allows the republican party to get bigger, but our young people want us to stand for something, really stand on principle and i think that's why the filibuster probably helped me to gain enough votes to win in the poll. >> sean: do you identify yourself as more a libertarian conservative? people ask me, i'm a
to say? ♪ barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >>> all right. welcome >>> all right. welcome back, everybody. first up, last week, president obama told a tv interviewer he didn't have immediate debt crisis. or we in america don't have an immediate debt crisis. and this weekend speaker boehner said basically the same thing. >> we do not have an immediate debt crisis. but we all know that we have one looming. >> all right. you know what, i think they both could be right. i don't think we have an immediate debt crisis. i like to see more growth, not just debt root canal. oh, my god, i said it. that's, by the way, why the business round table of american ceos is pushing hard for a lower, more competitive, more pro-growth 25% corporate tax rate. so let's talk about this. steve forbes, judd gregg, jared
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, united technologies and chevron, one. energy names. this is why oil prices were kind of flat. chevron up 85 cents. parker hannifin at a new high. so close with the dow. but we're up to 14 house, 507. lauren simonetti and david asman through the next hour david: very interesting, cheryl. good to see you lauren. lauren: hi. david: we have wayne angell. we have ron paul. of course his encounters with ben bernanke were legendary, historic. we'll talk to them coming up very shortly. lauren: it will be hard to get answers today because the fed is stuck in this really tough positions. we have to it figure out how to jump-start the economy, not just the stock market. let's go to nicole petallides at new york stock exchange. david: let's start, nicole. we start with fedex it was an extraordinary run-up. it was in the $100 range. it pulls back quite a bit. this is the biggest pullback since 2011? >> certainly is, the biggest pull back since 2011. concerns globally and also going to cut down what they're shipping over it asia. lauren: how is oracle looking ahead of their earnings release, nicole? >
energy. those are the kind of things that we can do that don't cost money that create jobs, complete the keystone pipeline. don't keep sending money to venezuela, saudi arabia. create jobs in america. ask the people in north dakota. they have got growth and prosperity as a result of energy production. these are the kind of things that we can do and we believe in and we'll continue to work for. and i just say that maybe even though we have a big difference -- and this budget will be quite different from the house budget -- i don't say it's impossible that in conference that some sort of a more global agreement could be reached to put america on a sound path. we'll have to deal with the entitlements. entitlements represent half of the spending, and with interest, more than half of the spending that we spend, medicare, social security. those are growing well above the inflation rate, and they just need their growth level needs to be contained a little bit. and we can make them sound and people can retire and know that medicare will be there for them, it won't fail, that social security
.a., what a surprise. instead traveling on a private plane provided by l.a.-based energy drink company which she made promotional experiences. thanks, mr. pink, for the private jet, she tweeted. see you all in a few hours in l.a.. does she go to jail, not collect $200? we'll wait and see. jenna: would you take her as a client, gregg? what do you think? >> reporter: she is a bit of a train wreck and want my money up front in cash in a brown-bag. jenna: sounds smart. >> reporter: yeah. jenna: all things considered. >> reporter: i had clients like that. jenna: i want to hear more about that. >> reporter: can't tell you. don't tell the irs. jenna: gregg, thank you. jon: well, march means springtime, st. paddie's day and of course college basketball. march madness begins this week. yesterday was selection sunday, the die schools across-country schools learn whether or not they made the grade. this year people will put an estimated $3 billion, with a b, dollars into office pools and tournament brackets. the tournament will also cost employers some big bucks. estimated $134 billion in lost wages ju
lone. >> president obama in washington and green energy and on the other side is congressman paul ryan and our exploding debt. we have our reporter from washington, dc. >> rive paul ryan took to the stage on friday bringing a very serious focused tone dug the 15 minute speech saying and i quote, "a debt crisis would be more than an economic event but it would be a moral failure." he debuted the budget plan wants to cut $4.6 trillion the next decade and he wants to cut obamacare. he said the debt will weigh down the country. >> unemployment is 7.7 percent. 46 million people are living in poverty today in america. the president says we are in a recovery. i say we are in critical care. >> things will be worse. by the end of 2023, the economy will be at a crawl. we will have $8 trillion added to the debt. >> in a trip to a national laboratory outside of chicago, the president made a number of very light-hearted comments about the impact of the sequester. the speech went on to focus on the energy proposal. >> those who have chairs, lease feel free to sit down, everyone was standing and i th
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